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Wallan Panthers coach ‘Paps’ celebrates 450 basketball games

By Tricia Mifsud WALLAN Panthers Women’s senior coach Carey 'Paps' Papanicolaou celebrated coaching his 450th basketball game on Sunday afternoon with a thrilling four-point win over Blackburn Vikings. In what was a close game in all four...

Wallan Panthers celebrate Big V wins across the board

By Colin MacGillivray WALLAN Basketball celebrated four Big V wins in the same round for the first time, with its senior and youth league men’s and women’s teams all winning at the weekend. The division two...

Wallan Panthers celebrate Big V women’s youth league home debut

By Colin MacGillivray WHILE the result was a loss, there were plenty of reasons to smile after Wallan Basketball’s first Big V women’s youth league home game against Collingwood on Sunday. The Panthers were defeated 72-58...

Mill Park Basketball Stadium works to commence

THE City of Whittlesea will commence upgrade works on the Mill Park Basketball Stadium this month. The $2.9 million redevelopment of the sports hub will include new gender-neutral and family change rooms, accessible public toilets,...

Panthers impress in long-awaited return

By Colin MacGillivray WALLAN Panthers returned to Big V competition with a bang at the weekend after more than a year of waiting. Wallan’s men’s and women’s teams each recorded double-digit victories at RB Robson Stadium,...

Bright outlook for Panthers in Big V basketball

By Colin MacGillivray WALLAN Basketball officials are ‘bullish’ about the club’s return to Big V competition after last season was derailed by the COVID-19 pandemic. When play in Victoria’s top basketball league was called off last...

Blasters celebrate CBL premiership

SEYMOUR Blasters’ men left no doubt about their status as the Country Basketball League north-east conference’s best side with a 27-point grand final win on Saturday. The Blasters proved far too strong for the Myrtleford...

Blasters earn shot at redemption

By Colin MacGillivray SEYMOUR Blasters will have a chance at redemption after their men’s and women’s teams qualified for Country Basketball League grand finals this weekend. It is the second year in a row the Blasters...

Romsey basketballers back on the court

By Steph McNicol IT has been more than 10 years since the final siren last sounded for Romsey Basketball, but new club president Simon Liebelt says he is up for the challenge of building the...

Basketball sides set for finals

SEYMOUR Blasters will play Wodonga Wolves in a Country Basketball League north-east conference semi-final this weekend after dispatching Mitchell Shire rival Wallan on Saturday. Saturday’s game was the only CBL match played in men’s or...